ChemoMetec

Founded in 1997, Chemometec specialises in the design, development and production of high quality instruments using patented technology for a wide range of applications in cell counting and evaluation.
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ChemoMetec

ChemoMetec aims to make complex analytical processes simpler, more robust and more cost-effective, enabling a growing range of analyses to be performed in situ and thus enhancing the research, treatment, production and quality control capabilities of our customers. This is being achieved by exploiting the latest technologies and by combining advanced components and technologies to build complete systems in innovative ways.

Primary focus is on cell counting and cell analysis, especially for use in life sciences research, clinical diagnostics and in production and quality control within the pharmaceutical and food industries. To optimise product development, supply chain and support services, ChemoMetec is investing resources in activities which enable close customer contact and communication – using the feedback to ensure that we maintain a clear understanding of future market needs.

Chemometec is based in Allerod, a city to the northwest of Copenhagen.

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High precision automated cell counter utilizing state-of-the-art image cytometry. The patented Via1-Cassette™ used for automated staining and sample handling is volume calibrated to ensure high precision and reproducibility. With user adaptable protocols and specialized assays for aggregated cells and cells on microcarriers, the NucleoCounter® NC-200™ provides an all-in-one solution for cell counting and cell viability determinations.
 Image cytometry as precise as flow cytometry. Cell viability analyzer and cell counter NucleoCounter NC-3000
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An advanced image cytometer utilizing fluorescence imaging to characterize cell properties. The NC-3000™ can perform high speed cell count and viability determination and includes plug-and-play analytical assays of mammalian, yeast and insect cells. Pre-defined assays include a unique 5-minute cell cycle assay and a selection of apoptosis assays.